FENG Mengling

Dr. Mengling Feng (http://web.mit.edu/mfeng/www/) is currently an Assistant Professor in both the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health and School of Computing, National University of Singapore. To facilitate his collaboration with the hospital, he is jointly appointed as the Senior Assistant Director of the Academic Information Office, National University Hospital. Dr. Feng is also an affiliated scientist with the Lab of Computational Physiology, Harvard-MIT Health Science Technology Division. His research is to develop effective medical Big Data management and analysis methods to extract actionable knowledge to improve the quality of care. His research brings together concepts and tools across machine learning, optimization, signal processing, statistical causal inference and big data management. In particular, he has been publishing on physiological signal forecasting, modeling of disease progress trajectory, dynamic patient phenotyping, statistical understanding of treatment effects and management of heterogeneous medical big data. Dr. Feng works closely with clinicians around the world, and he also collaborates with major healthcare and IT companies, such as Philips and SAP. Dr. Feng’s work was recognized by both well-established journals, such as Science Translational Medicine, and top international conferences, such as KDD, AAAI and AMIA.

You can email him at mornin@gmail.com.